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Abortion rights activists celebrate Thurdsay outside the Argentine Congress in Buenos Aires, shortly after lawmakers in the country's lower chamber passed a bill legalizing abortion. The bill's chances look uncertain in the upper chamber, but that did little to dampen excitement among its supporters. Eeitan Abramovich/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Ofer Eini and Rotem Kamer, president and CEO of the Israeli Football Association, respectively, address the media Wednesday in the town of Ramat Gan, east of Tel Aviv. The men announced that the organization will file a formal complaint to FIFA against the Palestinian Football Association. Jack Guez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Argentine navy spokesman Enrique Balbi announced Thursday that searchers no longer expect to find survivors of the missing ARA San Juan submarine. Esteban Felix/AP hide caption

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Front row, left to right: Jorge Eduardo Acosta, "The Tiger"; Alfredo Astiz, the "Angel of Death"; pilot Georges Mario Daniel Arru; and Carlos Octavio Capdevilla, known as "Tommy," are seen during their sentencing hearing Wednesday in Buenos Aires. Javier Gonzalez Toledo/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The conning tower of the ARA San Juan submarine shown as the vessel is being delivered to the Argentine Navy after an extensive refit in Buenos Aires, in May 2014. Alejandro Mortiz/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Five of those killed in a truck attack in New York City were among a group of close friends from Argentina celebrating their high school graduation 30 years ago. Hernan Ferruchi, Alejandro Damian Pagnucco, Ariel Erlij (first three from left), Hernan Diego Mendoza and Diego Enrique Angelini (second and third from right) were among eight people who died in Tuesday's attack. Cecilia Piedrabuena/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Relatives and victims of Argentine and Uruguayan military dictatorships react as they hear the sentence of Argentina's court in the trial on Operation Condor, at the Argentina's embassy in Montevideo, Uruguay on May 27, 2016. Pablo Porciuncula /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Members of the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo human rights group demand information about missing relatives during their traditional Thursday march in Buenos Aires on March 3. The women began demonstrating in 1977. Victor R. Caivano/AP hide caption

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Despite The Awkward Timing, Argentina Welcomes Obama

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